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demand. the impact of china and drop in oil prices making the energy sector the worst performing sector today. oil settling down by $3.75. i am here filling in for liz claman because liz claman is in cleveland, of ohio. her old stomping ground as part of the open for business series and liz will talk to business leaders to find out how the city turned itself around. we want to know. give us a preview. liz: is part of our fox business series open for business. how could cleveland not be? this is the place. i just landed and got to the ritz hotel and saw jimmy page in the elevator. i am kidding but this is the home of rock-and-roll. it is where the term rock-and-roll was coined but also where the traffic light was invented and the alkaline battery and a gas mask and electric light system. so much industry began here and so much is happening here. wait till you see what we are going to do the next two days. starting tomorrow through friday cleveland opened for business. we have got everybody in coming including we like to say he is a little bit country rock and roll. the tennessee billiona
record highs. the team breakdown where energy prices are headed and what it means for your money. ♪ ♪ liz: have you been one of those people who are hanging onto netflix stock? it is up about 11% right now. it is our power mover. shares surging. netflix pick after morgan stanley upgraded the stock from overweight to equal weight. this was one of seven dollars stock just back in may. it has just not had a great move until today. if we show you the three your picture, then you get really depressed. that is what netflix used to look like. let's look at the fox 50 right now. weimar read than you do green. dell is number one at the moment. viacom coming up next. we have very thin volume. let's get to nicole petallides. what are you watching? nicole: i am taking a look at some of the banks. how about a look here at national bank of greece. it is not trading on friday. it is trading today. you can take a look at this big john. it is all on the heels of something that leaked out. that is a huge move. @alks about the fact that those national bank of greece was in a merge about talks. they got a bi
energy. they are in six states including new york and new jersey and ohio. they are a huge energy concern. they do electricity and natural gas and coal-fired generation and nuclear. what is the landscape for energy? the electrical utilities. back to you. dave: before that we tell you what drove the markets with the data download. some jobs euphoria did fade with all three major indices losing ground. the dow is the only index that managed to eke out modest gains. stocks posting of a first weekly gain. closing weaken the green but financials technology was the biggest lagger. the economy added 14,000 jobs in september narrowly beating the economist estimates. the unemployment rate went the other direction and for the first time in forty-four months dropping to 7.8% from 8.9%. we get into details of that. a lot of people are skeptical. bold falling from an 11 month high following the september jobs report. oppresses metal jumped $17.95 before settling at $1,080 an ounce. let's get today's action from the pits of the cme. paul desmond will tell us why you need to watch small caps carefully.
is we've got a wonderful energy practice. we're going a lot of things. our mantra is we want to find our clients yield, growth, and inflation hedging. we're doing that across our real assets. energy, infrastructure, real estate, and that's something we're very well prepared to do and we've been able to partner with our clients and put a fair amount of capital in that space. i think that will continue to be a big area for the firm. >> what about technology? you know, larry ellison yesterday talking about growth from the cloud. that's obviously one of the themes within tech. what where are you seeing nunt tech? >> technology in the u.s. is 15% of our market cap. it's 3% in europe. it's a core competency in the u.s. what i think is happening right now is remember in 1998 the world turned down, but it was asia that was in trouble. the central banks put liquidity in and technology did well, particularly growth stocks. my view right now is instead of asia being in trouble, it's europe, but people are going to migrate towards some of the good growth stocks. you've seen that in names, you know,
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because romney was talking a lot about how much he likes coal, both candidates mrtalkg about energy independence and you look at how coal stocks did today, big gains there like arch coal, like alpha natural resources, is this a good place to put your money? >> well, i tell you this. it's early to be making bets on any sector and predicated against a presidential election. it is too close to call and certainly not the way you want to invest but i will tell you as we get closer and you feel more confident in the results of an election, i will tell you energy stocks in general, coal stocks in particular are certainly going to be a good investment. we'll unleash the power of the energy complex of the united states, become energy independence. there will be a lot of winners in the energy complex f there is a change in administration. >> real quickly, jobs was another big topic last night. we have the jobs report coming out tomorrow. it is expected the unemployment rate is going to go a little bit over 8%. what impact will that have on our markets tomorrow and on the election? >> it's ama
up 17% for the year. i remain concerned that the energy drinks are going to be called into question by the health authority. share loss, difficult to reverse. so my dow jones player is well covered. my s&p receiver can't get any separation. what's left? at this point in my favorite thing to check down is to see what index or group is so far behind the market that there's something that could play catch-up. with the market as hot as this one and i know people don't think it's hot but it really is, what i like to do is find a real laggard. almost every group is up. almost every one. lo and behold not only is there an index that isn't keeping pace, there's one that's down. that's the transports. they were off at one point very badly today. that's a terrific opportunity in and of itself. i know if there's nothing in the other indices, my intended receiver is going to be in the transport group. but which one? they're all down a lot. all looking terrible. i shouldn't say all. some aren't. first the airlines. i try to keep an open mind with my group. think of how terribly set-up the airlin
problem for their overall economy is this process whereby they are making all forms of energy more expensive. gerri: does this ripple through to the rest of the country? i have always wondered about how these problems in california commanded as those they have trouble, how much it hits other people. >> that remains to be seen. california, i live in texas. we like to make fun of people in california. remember, this is one -- it's true. it's one of the biggest economies in the world. memory serves, nighter tenth largest if it were a stand-alone country. you're going to see huge economic impact some california, jobs leaving the state. of course it will affect the rest of the country because california is a bellwether for the rest of the country. unfortunately when it comes to energy policy we have seen of the last four years are policies that imitate what the californians have been doing for. gerri: bad idea. well, governor jerry brown agreed to allow refineries to make it cheaper went to blend. will that solve trouble? >> well, no. i don't think it means it's over because, again, as
on in terms of what drivers need to do. tracy: let's talk big picture. we don't have a comprehensive energy policy here in this country. everyone is hoping whoever the next president is institutes one. but until then where are gas prices going? >> well, right now it is really a function what happens with worldwide crude prices. in general outside of california we've seen crude prices go up, gasoline followed, crude prices came down. gasoline is following to that. so what we need to do is recognize that 62% of the our energy comes from oil and gas. we need to continue to produce that. so a wise energy policy that is one really all of the above and focuses not just on the 1% or so that is called green. tracy: do you think that is actually going to happen, sir? we've been talking about how this nation, first, national security, needs an energy plan. we haven't seen the likes of one in years, my lifetime, probably? >> well there is no question we've been struggling with this for a very long time, since the days of president nixon. tracy: yeah. >> time to step back and say, we really do need to
standard of living, because businesses are spending their intellectual capital, their time and energy making government bureaucrats happy instead of creating jobs producing wealth and innovating. sarbaines oxley is part of that trend. one of the things i taught about that people don't realize, i have been teaching at business school wake forest university, we have people lined up to become accountants. instead of becoming engineers and scientists or even business leaders, we're misdirecting resources into a very irrational, noneffective risk management process that's generated by regulations, not by the market in this case sarbanes-oxl sarbanes-oxley. >> thank you so kindly for giving my alma mater a plug there. very much appreciate it. >> great school. dagen: but by the way, in terms of because you talk about accountants and we talk about the debate tonight, what do you think is the most critical issue in terms of domestic policy that needs to be discussed that maybe isn't getting enough attention on the campaign trail? >> well, obviously i think the focus ought to be on what's neces
changes to elements of obamacare that could help hospitals. we should point out energy is very strong today. that, of course, has been one of the leaders for stocks this year. they are powering the market higher as well today with the dow just off the highs, up 86 points. the nasdaq's up 12 points right now at 3148. the s&p is up 10-plus points right now at 1461. maria. >> all right, bill. the minutes from the federal reserve september policy meeting today out shedding little new light on the fed's future plans, but of course tomorrow's september jobs report will off more clues about the health of the economy. we're going to get some thoughts about what to expect out of the jobs numbers and from this rally. >> everybody is on board. steve, how about some of the hits, runs, and errors from those feds minutes? it didn't move the markets to any great degree today. >> i think we knew where people stood. the voting members are more or less in favor of the policy that came out, which was the one, the open-ended quantitative easing. the non-voters, there are more objections there. that's whe
to be at a three-week high. we're also seeing strength elsewhere in the energy sector. even natural gas actually turning around and reversed course and has moved higher in this session. a lot of volume in the energy seconder to in this trading day. back to you. >> before you go, sharon, the timing of the announcement by netanyahu, either this takes a potential attack on iran by israel off the table before then or this is one big head fake. >> absolutely. in terms of the oil price and the way oil traders view these headlines, they see an announcement, they just see there could potentially be more instability in the region, and that is supportive enough of prices, regardless of what the actual outcome will be or is most likely to be. >> all right. sharon, thank you very much. >> okay. well, it's "sesame street" versus wall street. according to these ads, wall street is evil and supported by mitt romney. he's going to destroy "sesame street" as well. here's the ad. >> bernie madoff, ken lay. criminals, gluttons of greed. the evil genius who towered over them, one man has the guts to speak his name.
margin of history. it was a stopping by any estimation. governor romney brought more energy, and frankly i think more intellect and knowledge to that debate. he just was spectacular. i hear a number of people that keep this been going from the spin room last night talk about the president just not being into it and not being prepared. what we were watching was not a difference in separation, we were watching a difference in capacity. governor romney put on an extraordinary performance. melissa: what do you think becomes the take away quote? i think trickle-down government may be the take away quote. it is so perfect. lou: trickle-down government relentlessly over the course of the days until november 6. it is precisely -- it is precisely frank. melissa: it captures what is going on. lou: this governor laid it out starkly, clearly, this is a choice as he has been saying for some time. it is a choice. between government and freedom, between entitlement and opportunity and he drew that clear line. he did so eloquently and i think just utterly brilliantly. lori: we are both inhaling to ask t
a weaker dollar scenario as the euro builds. that is increasing energy prices across the board. we're waiting inventory data tomorrow. jobs report on friday. leading up to that traders are flocking to the euro. euro is up dollar is down. that is helping to give a boost to some commodities. that is looking at natural gas prices. we're talking about there is new report out today that the east coast will get cold weather. you get that speculation for increased heating demand in the wintertime. and natural gas prices go up. so they're actually bucking the downward trend in energy today, up a full percent on pays for a sixth straight day of gains. quite a winning streak there. showing rbob gasoline price, those are the wholesale gasoline prices. they have seen quite a run-up. they're down a pull percent in today's session. speculation tomorrow owes inventory report will show a build and will be very bearish for these energy markets. that being said, guy. there is a play, that is in natural gas stocks. devon energy got a big upgrade from fbr capital markets today. they're saying natural
energy and more jobs, the romney ryan camp putting the keystone pipeline back in the national spotlight. we track all of our money that is going to the solar panel industry in china. and that ominous dark cloud hanging overhead, not connell, was expected to be a lousy season for quarterly earnings. some of the names in question coming up in today's trade. connell: give you a name in question. bottom of the hour let's go back the nicole in now who is not in question at all. eli lilly? nicole: highest level since 08. we're talking about an experimental alzheimer's drug which did well for eli lilly so far in the experiment. let's take a look here, up 1/2% -- up 3 1/2%. experimental drug for alzheimer's. led to 34% reduction in memory decline for patients with mild symptoms over a period of 18 months. that's a pretty good showing. that's why we saw the stock jumping. speaking of jumping, i wanted to also take a look at some names that have hit some 52 week highs today. i know some of them have pulled back and you may see some red arrows here, but you can't deny that they today hit 52 week h
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want to get america and north america energy independent so we can create those jobs. >> if you're bullish on coal, you're going to like this. take a look at how we performed today in the sector. arch coal up almost 8%. alpha natural up almost 7%. utility stocks also higher. wells fargo saying this is a sector that could do well under a romney administration. we have con ed up about 1%. on the flip side, hospital stocks didn't do so well. a romney win doesn't bode as well for obamacare, and hence big hospital stocks fell. you can see here one of the biggest losers in the session. it was a good start for mitt romney, but it is still early. there are two more presidential and one vice presidential debate to go as the campaign heads into the final month before the election. maria, back to you. >> all right, court. thanks so much. so what the rally today really in response to that positive showing by governor romney, or is there something else at work here? joining us right now to talk about it. good to see you all. thanks so much for joining us. michael, what do you think was behin
. the hang seng gained half a percent today. energy rallied. global clothing supplier is in talks to buy new york based synergy world flight. the nikkei edged up to a week high, but lost 7% on on the week. down beat earnings reports, plunging sales in china due to the territorial backlash. the boj decided to keep its rates as expected. pc makers extending a losing streak, but media tech gained 2% on strong earnings growth outlook. south korea kospi also closed marginally in the green. samsung electronics had a volatile session after reporting record q3 operating profit, ending higher by 0.2%, but l.g. display tumbled 4.5% after a downgrade on profitability concerns. australian miners and banks leapt support to the sx 200. sensex bucking the upward trend, now lower by 0. 7%. back to you, ross. >> okay, thanks for that. so china shares getting back to action on monday. that's after a holiday week. investors will get a chance to react to the unspiraling pmi data for september. what can we expect -- the chinese market's been a big underperformer this year. can we expect when we get back to actio
and energy a little later on. >>> first, as you probably know, a grim outlook for hp sent shares down 13% yesterday. ceo meg whitman expects revenues and profits for the tech giant to decline in the near term saying unprecedented executive turnovers led to inconsistent strategic choices. our david faber is with meg whitman. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: thanks very much, carl. of course, well, you can certainly give them credit perhaps for transparency, hewle hewle hewlett-packard yesterday laying out a plan tofor remaking the company for next year they're calling a fix and rebuild year. as you said, the stock took a hit on that news. we are joined by the ceo of hewlett-packard, meg whitman joins us from headquarters in palo alto. as always, very much appreciate your willingness to come on in what are seemingly very difficult times. you and i sat down a little more than a year ago when you first joined the company. and i guess my first question would simply be what took you so long? a year is quite a while in the history of a company, certainly one that seems to be in some dis
% of the stocks in the s&p 500 hit all-time highs on friday. and a handful came from the energy and utility sectors. jackie joins us with those details. >> good afternoon. before we get to the names, i want to take a look at broader performance in energy and utilities because the story we see there is a tale of two sectors, if you pardon the pun. s&p 500 energy sector, up roughly 11% in the last three months, outperforming the broader index and second best performing sector overall. the utilities have been flat and are the worst performer for the time period. having said that, one of the standout performers that has bucked the trend in the utility sector has been one oak, investors liking this utility company because of the 33 cent dividend and projecting a dividend increase next year and a company with potential for growth. energy, dow components, chevron and exxonmobil have had stellar performance as of late. chevron hittingen all-time high in september. finally, cabot oil and gas, trading at all-time highs not seen since ipo in 1990. these are some names to watch. you know what, analysts
that government was heavily subsidizing green energies in other industries. u.s. is also subsidized green energy and one international trade attorney who opposes the subsidies altogether says u.s. tariffs will only harm consumers. >> once that is done american consumers will start paying quite a hefty tax on imports of chinese solar panels, at the same time we'll be seeing price increases of the other solar panels. typically china is a price driver in the market and will see all imports and domestic solar panels prices go up. >> united states has stepped up complaints and stainless steel sink, flooring, steel grating, bricks and much more. chinese have responded most notably for u.s. support of the auto industry. also fixed the presidential campaigns. president obama chooses governor romney of sending american jobs to china during his time at bain capital. romney called the present week on china promising stricter and forcing trade practices bowing to label a currency manipulator. some argue stronger rhetoric and tourist will lead to a loss for american consumers and u.s. companies conducting bu
, but it was enough that we take note. natural gas standing out in the energy pits, eking out a small gain. let's take a look at the ung. there it is. again, it's about a half a percentage point gain on a down day in the market, but considering its runup over the past month or so, this thing, we wonder where it's going to end. liz: well, merrill lynch liked it, put out that note saying natural gas would be higher going into the winter season. coal, those names were on fire today. here's the coal exchange-traded fund, ticker or symbol kol moving higher by about three-quarters of a full percentage point. david: when the bell rings, the action begins. two countries have historically outperformed the others in fourth quarter posting gains more than 60% of the time. we're going to tell you exactly which two countries. if you're not crazy about putting money back in the states, we'll tell you where to go outside of the u.s. liz: plus an earnings season crystal ball. the competitive edge with two big names that could be setting up for a big beat, and then two names that could fall flat. david: all right. we'
us a power stock today. what is your play? > > integrys energy, it's the chicago regulated utility in this region, supplies natural gas; and yesterday, they came and bought a power plant up in wisconsin for $440 million. the stock absolutely took off, and now it's trading at about $54. pays a 5% dividend. and a lot of these utilities have kind of backed off in the last couple of months. it's a good time to get into some of them. > > so traders are taking their profits on these stocks. will they be forced to get in during the fourth quarter do you think? > > i think so, because investors out there are facing, you know, you're not getting anything in the bank, so you can get into some of these utility stocks that pay 4 to 5%. now they have backed down some from their highs, because the price of electricity is falling along with natural gas. so, many production assets. however, teg, integrys energy, did not. it's a regulated utility. does a little bit better. it's a little bit more of a stronger play despite what happens with electricity prices. > > are there any caveats with this sto
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income earners passed this november. this is a big deal but they hope green energy will fill the gap, dream energy will be the jobs engine and silicon valley will help out. dagen: job losses in this state or movement of jobs out of the state could turn the tide in terms of what politicians one? at what point does it reach a level that they can continue to ignore it? >> i don't think politicians in california care about these jobs. i think they care about high tech jobs and green jobs and their view that only the jobs in california that we don't really want mcdonald's or care about those. they won't states it publicly but that is the mentality and mindset and how they are operating. dagen: thank you. [talking over each other] dagen: southern california is beautiful. connell: you heard from president obama talking about the jobs report this morning at a campaign rally in virginia. we expect to hear from it romney any minute. he is also in virginia. wayne rogers joins us from pensacola, florida to talk about this. what was your first reaction to the jobs report? >> not a lot is being do
.1%. the biggest drag: the energy sector, down 1.1%. but inside the dow jones industrial average, it was hewlett-packard getting plenty of attention. it's double digit stock drop pushed shares down to a nine year low. the stock fell hard, down 13%. volume was very heavy, more than 140 million shares traded, almost six times its average daily trading pace. c.e.o. meg whitman surprised investors by warning of a deeper than expected slide in earnings next year. revenue in all of its business divisions except for software is expected to fall. >> h.p. has done a bad job adjusting to where the business environment is headed. we see stagnating revenue, we see things actually getting worse next year relative to what analysts expected and that's not necessarily something cost cutting can save in and of itself. >> tom: those job cuts will total 29,000 when they're done. h.p. also vowed to reduce the number of products it sells, and c.e.o. whitman said the biggest challenge has been c.e.o. turnover. she's the third chief executive in as many year. h.p.'s news hit others with stakes in the personal computer
the energy sector right now? president of oil outlooks and opinions is bullish on crude and carl joins me now on the floor of the nyse. michelle made some pretty compelling arguments about why oil should go lower. you're still bullish though. why? >> we're nowhere near the numbers we saw in '06 and '08. if we can get qe3 going, that demand is going to meet what supply we have and probably outpace at some point. >> a lot of people down here feel as though qe3 may do a little bit to help the economy, but that with every quantitative easing we've seen less impact in the economy. it doesn't sound like you quite buy that. >> i mean historically last time we had double digit unemployment it took five years before we really came into it. we're going into the fifth year. qe3 will play right into what happens next. >> how high do you think crude might move if indeed we see a recovery with more traction? >> first off, say next year, $104 to $106 to wti average. how do you get involved? i say something that's going to be international. exon or oil refineries are definitely things you should get into. ni
're in the expansion camp, you want financials, energy, materials. in the contraction camp, you're generally on the defensive side. the trade everybody's been talking about, jim you alluded to it, it's to play the u.s. market, play autos, housing, consumer staples. i call it the home depot trade. it's been a monster. that's the classic trade to play in these circumstances. i have a couple of problems with this. number one, cyclicals have outperformed defensive names in the last couple of months since this has been a very popular notion out there. since june overall, earnings and stocks have been somewhat negatively correlated. we've seen earnings come down and yet the stock markets continue to move up. in the last few weeks, really hold right near its highs. you can argue and there is certainly truth to that that that's because we have q.e. 3, because we've got the ecb in the market. but i look at the facts of where the market is, not necessarily what's been moving it every minute. that's what i see right now. today, the european bailout fund is coming into effect. if spain keeps going along
to this earnings season, we need to know two things. we need to know one thing, and that's the importance of energy earnings in this particular season. energy earnings are down 20%, 23% or so. that's a large portion of the decline we see. >> because all prices fell so much. >> that's correct. >> if you take energy out, do you get positive earnings? if you remove apple from the s&p 500, things aren't that good. i'm not an eternal optimist. i think this is all perfectly fair. >> is the economy getting worse? is it getting worse? >> yes, yes, yes. it's getting worse. absolutely getting worse. >> 7.8%. >> look, worldwide, larry, the velocity of money is dead. >> what does that mean in. >> there's no turnover. this unemployment number that the optimists hailed at great at 7.8% lifted by part-time workers. >> no one said it's great. this is important to both of you since you are both in this camp with respect to the federal reserve. you can make the case -- i don't want to get too wonky and bore our viewers, but you can make the case that the federal reserve by doing what it's doing is simply offsetting
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government jumping in to fix things. mike is back in a couple of minutes. two energy place he likes right now. who among you will be spending more this holiday season. i know my floor crew will be getting me a great presence. retail sales should rise about 4.1% this holiday season. that is actually slower growth in the past few years. a fox business exclusive with arthur martinez. former chairman and ceo of sears during the glory years has been 2000. he is in the chair. he is the chairman of hsn also. we will get what he really thinks about how sears is being run right now. stay tuned. ♪ ♪ liz: power mover of the hour is kraft food group. the ceo rang the opening bell at the nasdaq stock market. the spinoff of crap -- kraft food. and i'll move up about 2%. moving down about .5%. regaining the highs of what we have seen for the past month. a look at what else is moving the market, we can take a look at that dow jones industrials. microsoft up for pennies. this after being overtaken by google. not a bad day for google. let's go to standards that at the cme and nicole petallides at the new y
performers, and as we said, energy the only sector to end in the green. palladium, this is the metal that helps catalytic converters convert. it was the sole gainer among the metals today to rise to $658.20 an ounce. a stronger dollar weighed on gold though as the precious metal ended in the red for the third straight session, falling more than $10. and u.s. small business sentiment weakened in september for the fourth time in five months. the national federation of independent businesses said its optimism index fell to 92.8 last month as fewer small business other thans expected to hire and to make capital investments. david: we have all of this covered with todd horowitz in the pits of the cme, david is our resident bull, and tony is a growling bear. they're going to duke it out in our street fight today. let's start, though, with todd at the cme. todd, i was discouraged to see those few minutes at the end there of the trading session going down. doesn't foretell well for what happens tomorrow, does it? >> good afternoon, david. no, it momentum. and the market's a little heavier, b
which direction to take the nation. "squawk" will be right back. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> welcome back, everybody. the economy obviously front and center this week with the jobs report coming out on friday. our guest host this morning runs a company that has several economic indicators all rolled into one. joining us for the remainder of the show with his take on the markets and what's happening in corporate america is jim tisch, and jim, it's great to have you here onset. we were just talking about how you have a lot of different things that really give you a good idea of what's happening in the economy. diamond offshore, what's happening from an energy perspective, you have the luxur
0.6%, and the energy sector rising 0.5%. in the consumer staples sector, it was a couple of food stocks topping the gains. tyson foods may have benefited jpmorgan is named because it bought bear stearns as that investment bank was collapsing four and a half years ago. shares of jpm up 1.2% during the regular session it did see a little selling pressure in extended hours trading this is a single complaint alleging fraud. in the consumer staple sector it was a couple of food stocks topping the gains. tyson foods may have benefited from the american farm bureau responding to rumors of a bacon shortage last week. the farm group calls bacon shortage baloney. tyson saw heavier than usual volume with today's 4.3% rally. this is its highest price since july. and kraft foods finished at a new high on its last trading day as a combined company. after the close tonight, the company officially splits in two. its snack business, stuff like oreos, will be under the mondelez name. cheese and meats stay under the kraft title. kraft's replacement in the dow jones industrial average, united health
. maybe we could also throw in dollar versus euro. >> energies love heavy. i think we are going lower. we got below $90 good we could not get back above. that is bearish for crude oil. down i think we go. overall, though, the economy is slowing down. supplies increasing in crude oil. down it goes. i think we see $86 crude oil. liz: if the weather here in cleveland is any indication of what will happen in new york, connecticut and new jersey, it is getting a little bit colder here. watch out. the dollar versus the euro. $1.30. what happened to our dollar? >> good afternoon. the dollar -- the trade was so crowded. everyone was trying to short the euro. we have a little bit of a rally. i think the dollar will show some strength you're coming in the next couple of weeks. i think the euro will come down much lower. 125-120 before the end of the year. i think the dollar will gain a lot more strength. liz: what happened sunday with the market? >> we are starting earnings season. i think the market will continue to turn. i think we are stuck between 1450 and 1475. i do think you will see somethin
in housing prices in september. strength in the mainland helped hang seng higher by half a percent. energy majors rallied on higher commodity prices. zte shares slipped again after the report of security concerns. more on that with our guest coming up. and cisco has ended its partnership with zte over its dealings with iran. in the meantime the nikkei yuchd min undermined investor sentiment. automakers lost ground after sales slumped more than 40%. gains in consumers and health cares were countered by losses in steel makers and chemicals. in australia, miners september to a hike. and sensex now higher by 0.3%. back to you. >> the british chancellor george osbourne's proposed a controversial new scheme in which workers can surrender employment rights in returns for shares of the company they work it for. if the workers take the share, they will be barred from suing for unfair dismissal. >> what would you do, would you take the shares and give uncertain employee protections and rights, or not? maybe this is our continental difference. i would take the shares. >> well, there's a number of fac
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